From Our Own Correspondent GLASGOW.
DOM Columban Mulcahy, 2--"Abbot of the Cistercian Abbey at Nunraw. East Lothian, who invited the participants in the talks at Dowanhill, Glasgow, declared afterwards:
"Theological differences are still substantial, but they will not be so substantial. I think, when we have created the right emotional atmosphere."
The Catholic group was led by the Auxiliary of Glasgow, Mgr. James Ward, V.G.; the Church of Scotland representatives included the Duke of Hamilton and Brandon, a former Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly; and the Episcopalian delegates were led by the Bishop of Glasgow, the RI. Rev. F. H. Monerieff.
Fr. Gerard Corr, 0.S.M., member of one of the Preparatory Commissions for the Vatican Council, lectured on the Council's work and method.
QUOTES FROM NON-CATHOLIC PARTICIPANTS: " I have the impression that the Catholic Church is now getting training for a new encounter with the world and with the Churches of the Reformation " (Prof. W. S. Tindal, secretary of the Church of Scotland's Inter-Church Relations Committee).
" We felt ourselves completely free to say whatever we believed. We appreciate the liberty of being able to do that. We may not have come any closer to pne another in our beliefs. but we have come closer in friendship " (Rev. John
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